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ACT Gov’t Seeks Urgent Advice regarding Aussie Junk

By realitycheck - 13 June 2009 45

As reported on the news last night the ACT Government is seeking Urgent Advice after discovering Aussie Junk Pty Ltd has an application filed for winding up the Company with ASIC.

I searched ASIC & the net myself & discovered a Public Notice Announcement which reads

    “A proceeding for the winding up of AUSSIE JUNK PTY LTD A.C.N. ### ### ### was commenced by the Plaintiff, DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF TAXATION, on 19 May 2009″

So it seems the ATO is also owed money.

Don’t look now but there’s queue forming!!

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A Yong 6:23 pm 21 Jun 09

To my knowledge and if you look on the ATO Website from how I understand it Super is paid Qrtly

Clown Killer 9:55 am 20 Jun 09

I cant be sure about that VY. In my business I pay my employee’s super quarterly at the same time I pay the GST and income tax.

Going broke probably makes for a more complicated trail to the money but the legal obligation does not evaporate – the employer is still obliged to pony the super but I don’t know how far down the creditors pecking order super obligations fall.

But the super only needs to be remitted to the fund yearly, doesn’t it? So if you’ve working for an employer for 51 weeks and the owner goes broke…

Clown Killer 7:42 am 20 Jun 09

paying super is a legal obligation on the part of the employer. Irrespective of what the employee wishes. In the absence of an employee providing their super fund details the employer is obliged to open an account on the employees behalf and make payments accordingly. If these people haven’t been paying super then they’re rooted.

As I’ve observed previously, it seems that the collection and resale of waste is not as sustainable as it would appear, given the need to externalise core business costs.

ant 11:55 pm 19 Jun 09

Guys in yellow vests often talk like that (or they think things like that).

Jeez, how hard can it be to run a sensible business scavenging from the tip and on-selling the stuff to people? Put a realistic price on it and watch it walk out the door.

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